As part of the Merimbula New Year’s Eve celebrations there will be red frogs, water and for the first time, hot dogs, available to help party goers.
Organised by Pastor Jeremy Fernando of Sapphire Life Church, the group which has offered red frogs and water in previous years, will also be helping to run the first aid tent under the guidance of Registered Nurse at SERH emergency department, Richard Winiata.
“This is all about responsible partying. We want everyone to have fun and believe in everyone being able to party but want to encourage responsible celebrations,” Mr Fernando said.
“In the three years that we have been doing this, police have told us that there has been a significant decrease in in violence and vandalism,” he said.
Manager of Merimbula Tourism Nat Kirby said around 10,000 people are expected at the family fun event which will feature live music and plenty of kids entertainment.
“We very much welcome the support from Jeremy and the team,” Ms Kirby said.
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